Governor Inslee statement on SR 530 Commission report

Gov. Jay Inslee issued the following statement today after his office received the final report of the SR 530 Landslide Commission.

Gov. Jay Inslee approves $25,000 state grant to repair Darrington Timberbowl Rodeo Grounds, avoid cancellation of popular annual rodeo

Gov. Jay Inslee today approved an additional $25,000 in recovery aid to the Economic Alliance of Snohomish County and Snohomish County Economic Development to make necessary repairs at the Darrington Timberbowl Rodeo Grounds.

Inslee and Lovick form Joint SR 530 Landslide Commission

In response to the landslide that took the lives of 43 people on March 22, Gov.

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement on Snohomish County mudslide

"Trudi and I join all Washingtonians in sending condolences to the families who lost loved ones in today's tragic mudslide. We hope for the best for those injured and the many families displaced by the mudslide.

Update from Gov. Inslee: FEMA commits to provide federal assistance to SR 530 slide

Gov. Jay Inslee said he received assurance from FEMA this morning that the federal government will be issuing a limited emergency declaration for direct federal assistance to assist in the response to the SR 530 slide.

Gov. Inslee's request for additional federal assistance approved by President Obama

OLYMPIA, WA – Gov. Jay Inslee this morning learned that President Obama has approved his

Gov. Jay Inslee requests expansion of federal Emergency Declaration for SR 530 slide response

Gov. Jay Inslee today requested an expansion of the federal Emergency Declaration received earlier this week.

Gov. Jay Inslee calls for a moment of silence in honor of SR 530 Slide victims

Gov. Jay Inslee today called for a moment of silence tomorrow, March 29, at 10:37 am to honor SR 530 slide victims, those still missing and the many grieving families in the Stillaguamish Valley.

Gov Inslee requests federal disaster declaration for SR 530 Slide damage

OLYMPIA— Gov. Jay Inslee today asked President Obama for a major disaster declaration in Snohomish County to make a number of programs available to assist individuals, households, and businesses impacted by the Oso landslide on March 22.

Gov. Inslee requests more federal disaster assistance for the SR 530 Slide

Governor’s second letter in two days requests assistance for repairing public infrastructure

President Obama approves Major Disaster Declaration for SR 530 slide

Gov. Jay Inslee today said President Obama has approved the state’s request for a Major Disaster Declaration for the SR 530 slide.

Governor Jay Inslee proclaims April as National Poetry Month in Washington, dedicates month to people of Oso, Arlington and Darrington

Noting that poetry is one of the ways people can share their grief as well as provide words of comfort, Gov.

Statement from Gov. Inslee on announcement of President Obama's visit to SR 530 slide April 22

“The White House told me this morning that President Obama will visit the SR 530 slide site April 22. This will give the president the opportunity to see firsthand the devastation wrought by the slide as well as the incredible community spirit flourishing in Oso, Arlington and Darrington.

Governor Inslee requests farm disaster assistance for farmers in Snohomish County affected by SR 530 slide

Gov. Jay Inslee late yesterday asked U.S.

Gov. Jay Inslee announces new partnership that will provide aid to Hampton Lumber Mill in Darrington

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced that a new partnership between the Washington State Department of Commerce and United Way of Snohomish County is allowing $300,000 in grant funding to help Hampton Mill in Darrington continue operations while SR 530 is repaired.

Gov. Jay Inslee's statement regarding approval of additional FEMA support for SR 530 slide recovery efforts

“I thank President Obama and the Federal Emergency Management Agency for their prompt approval of the

Gov. Jay Inslee approves $150,000 state economic recovery grant to aid tourism efforts in 530 slide area

Governor Jay Inslee today approved $150,000 in economic recovery aid to help promote Darrington and the Stillaguamish Valley as a destination for summer travelers. The funds will supplement local business, city, county and Washington Tourism Alliance spending.

Snohomish County Landslide

Lowering of the Washington State and United States Flags

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